Blackfriars station has entrances on the north and south side of the bridge.
Access to Blackfriars underground station is on the north side of the Thames
Venue Details & Map
Blackfriars Railway Station, London
Queen Victoria Street
- Tube Station Facilities
- Circle line
- District line
Top 5 reviews of Blackfriars Railway Station, London
Blackfriars station is without doubt one of the nicest stations in London - it's modern, clean and well kept. But, it's also one of the busiest - if you can avoid being there between the hours of 8-10am and 5-7pm I'd recommend it.
Yes, it's still a station so you will have to endure the usual stresses but these are lightened by the epic, panoramic view of London spanning from St.Paul's to... more
Super clean, easy to navigate, and friendly staff. We were there around 6AM, and it was empty. When we first arrived, we checked in with someone to ask how to return our Oyster cards and she was so nice, she hopped out of the security booth and showed us the machines (we ended up needing to do it online, she informed us) and then where to buy our train tickets.
While waiting for the train to... more
This underground station was built in 1870 at the arrival of the Metropolitan District Railway. This station changed it's name to Blackfriars in 1937. There are entrances on both banks of the Thames River and is the only station to do so. It was renovated in 2012.
This station is close to St. Paul's Cathedral and the Tate Museum. You can take this station to Gatwick Airport Train... more
Love this station as when on platform waiting for trains you have outstanding views over the Thames which you can see the London Eye, St Pauls Cathedral etc from just beautiful. There are plenty of platforms as well with trains going many places. there is also a underground station from here.
Staff are reasonably friendly.
There is a WH Smith onsite, Lolas cupcakes, At machines and a... more
Since travelling from this station, I think it's rather pretty on the outside with lovely glass panels to give it that 'futuristic' look I feel with lovely views across London over the Thames on the upper platforms. The main entrance is flanked with a Flower Stool (a handy one for all those that need flowers on the way home!), there is also a 'Lola's' cupcake stand for those sweet tooth... more